Who doesn't love Zooey Deschanel? She's an actress who embraces quirky movie roles (500 Days of Summer, Elf), a sitcom star on Fox (The New Girl), a singer with a throwback, old school style (She & Him), and a Celebrity Endorsement professional (Cotton, Rimmel London).
What's most impressive is her divergence from the norm. Zooey doesn't mind bucking stereotypes. At the height of her popularity she made the move from movies to TV, and her beauty brand that shows how you don't have to be a super model to be beautiful and glamorous.
I don't think anyone would mistake Zooey for a supermodel – just watch one episode of The New Girl to see her act like anything but a pin-up. But, many will argue that Zooey is better looking than Giselle or Lara Stone. Plus, she is much more identifiable for women buying beauty products. With Rimmel London, Zooey shows that beauty shines through all women and you don't have to be "super model beautiful" to be desirable or aspirational.
We love Zooey Deschanel in everything she does. She's a great asset to brands and will have a career that extends well beyond what many perceive as the "prime years" for a female actress.